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Aug 07, 2008 The New Atlantis, "Nuclear Policy and the Presidential Elections."
Henry Sokolski details the role of nuclear policy issues in the 2008 Presidential Election. This article for The New Atlantis is also available on their website.
May 22, 2008 French Power Myths
Mr. Schneider, a principal in Paris-based Mycle Schneider Consulting, also authored an NPEC-commissioned draft presentation, Nuclear Power in France: Systemic Issues Influencing Costs (March 2008)
May 12, 2008 Advice for the Nuclear Abolitionists
Mr. Sokolski is executive director of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center, and Dr. Schmitt is director of the program on advanced strategic studies at the American Enterprise Institute. This article, which is also available on The Weekly Standard"s website, responds to two Wall Street Journal op-eds: "A World Free of Nuclear Weapons" (January 4, 2007) and "Toward a Nuclear-Free World" (January 15, 2008), both by George Shultz, William Perry, Henry Kissinger and Sam Nunn.
Jan 22, 2008 Mr. Rudd Says No to India on Uranium
Henry Sokolski explains U.S. nuclear policy as it relates to Australia and India. The article appeared on The Far Eastern Economic Review Forum´s website January 22, 2008.  Access to the magazine is no longer available due to the magazine closing December 2009.
Jan 10, 2008 World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2007
European Free Alliance in the European Parliament releases "The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2007."
Nov 09, 2007 Far Eastern Economic Review, "Devils Emerge from India Nuclear Deal."
Henry Sokolski details U.S.-Indian relations regarding nuclear cooperation. This article is also available for registered users on Far Eastern Economic Review's website.
Oct 29, 2007 Minority Opinion: Dissenting Statements of Gilinsky and Macfarlane
The minority opinion is part of the recently released study, Review of DOE's Nuclear Energy Research and Development. Dr. Gilinsky, a former NPEC senior associate and Nuclear Regulatory Commissioner, and Dr. Macfarlane were members of the Committee on Review of the DOE's Nuclear Energy Research and Development Program, which co-authored this study
Aug 27, 2007 Falling Behind: International Scrutiny of the Peaceful Atom
As featured in The Economist, the final updated version of this NPEC report examines the International Atomic Energy Agency's ability to safeguard peaceful nuclear energy, and provides a series of recommendations to shore up the NPT-IAEA safeguards system's shortfalls. For further commissioned research associated with this report, which is now the introductory chapter in a book under the same title, visit Falling Behind: International Scrutiny of the Peaceful Atom.
Apr 11, 2007 Nonproliferation, By the Numbers
Mr. Sokolski's essay on the nuclear nonproliferation efforts of President George W. Bush's second term was published in the Spring 2007 issue of The Journal of International Security Affairs.
Feb 12, 2007 Does Nuclear Nonproliferation Have a Future? Market-Based Atomic Power
Mr. Sokolski's article on the future on nuclear nonproliferation is also available on the Harvard International Review"s website.
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